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Another Crazy Teacher Beating a Student with a Stick to the Face and Head

November 1st, 2007 . by Gerry-Bevers

Here is another video of a sadistic teacher beating a Korean student with a stick to the face and head. You may have to scroll down to see it. For some reason, I am reminded of World War II POW camp guards.

Link to Video


8 Responses to “Another Crazy Teacher Beating a Student with a Stick to the Face and Head”

  1. comment number 1 by: aokiookami

    Here are some “interesting statistics” from the seventh U.N. survey of crime trends and operations of criminal justice systems:
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    – Burglaries (per capita) (most recent) by country:
    #1 Australia: 21.7454 per 1,000 people
    #2 Dominica: 18.7892 per 1,000 people
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    #17 United States: 7.09996 per 1,000 people
    #18 France: 6.11634 per 1,000 people
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    #29 Japan: 2.3269 per 1,000 people
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    #51 Korea, South: 0.0622315 per 1,000 people
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    – Assaults (per capita) (most recent) by country:
    #1 South Africa: 12.0752 per 1,000 people
    #2 Montserrat: 10.2773 per 1,000 people
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    #10 Australia: 7.02459 per 1,000 people
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    [strong#43 Japan: 0.339272 per 1,000 people
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    [/strong#46 Korea, South: 0.30684 per 1,000 people
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    #57 Azerbaijan: 0.0252781 per 1,000 people
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    – Car thefts (per capita) (most recent) by country
    #1 Australia: 6.92354 per 1,000 people
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    #9 United States: 3.8795 per 1,000 people
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    #14 Japan: 2.43012 per 1,000 people
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    #29 Germany: 1.00767 per 1,000 people
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    #55 Azerbaijan: 0.0135238 per 1,000 people
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    – Executions (per capita) (most recent) by country
    #1 Bahamas, The: 6.62712 executions per 1 million
    #2 Singapore: 6.32625 executions per 1 million
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    #10 Taiwan: 1.39775 executions per 1 million
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    #14 China: 0.816802 executions per 1 million
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    #20 United States: 0.229936 executions per 1 million
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    #25 Japan: 0.0470895 executions per 1 million
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    #33 Uzbekistan: 0 executions per 1 million
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    – Jails (per capita) (most recent) by country
    #1 Maldives: 2.21996 per 1,000 people
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    #4 Hong Kong: 1.53544 per 1,000 people
    #5 Malaysia: 1.09773 per 1,000 people
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    #22 United States: 0.00526825 per 1,000 people
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    #26 Australia: 0.00487805 per 1,000 people
    #27 New Zealand: 0.0047088 per 1,000 people
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    #55 Japan: 0.00142838 per 1,000 people
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    #61 Korea, South: 0.000616764 per 1,000 people
    #62 Kazakhstan: 0.00019755 per 1,000 people
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    – Rapes (per capita) (most recent) by country
    #1 South Africa: 1.19538 per 1,000 people
    #2 Seychelles: 0.788294 per 1,000 people
    #3 Australia: 0.777999 per 1,000 people
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    #9 United States: 0.301318 per 1,000 people
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    #16 Korea, South: 0.12621 per 1,000 people
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    [strong#54 Japan: 0.017737 per 1,000 people
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    #64 Azerbaijan: 0.00379171 per 1,000 people
    #65 Saudi Arabia: 0.00329321 per 1,000 people
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    – Robberies (per capita) (most recent) by country
    #1 Spain: 12.3265 per 1,000 people
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    #11 United States: 1.38527 per 1,000 people
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    #15 Australia: 1.16048 per 1,000 people
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    #53 Korea, South: 0.093008 per 1,000 people
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    #57 Japan: 0.040599 per 1,000 people
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    #63 Yemen: 0.00844309 per 1,000 people
    #64 Qatar: 0.00463472 per 1,000 people
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    Source: Seventh United Nations Survey of Crime Trends and Operations of Criminal Justice Systems, covering the period 1998 – 2000 (United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, Centre for International Crime Prevention)
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    Also, here’s the “Global Competitiveness” Index recently published by the World Economic Forum:
    #1 United States: 5.67
    #2 Switzerland: 5.62
    #3 Denmark: 5.55
    #4 Sweden: 5.54
    #5 Germany: 5.51
    #6 Finland 5.49
    #7 Singapore 5.45
    #8 Japan 5.43
    #9 United Kingdom 5.41
    #10 Netherlands 5.40
    #11 Korea, Rep. 5.40
    #12 Hong Kong SAR 5.37
    #13 Canada 5.34
    #14 Taiwan, China 5.25
    #15 Austria 5.23
    #16 Norway 5.20
    #17 Israel 5.20
    #18 France 5.18
    #19 Australia 5.17
    #20 Belgium 5.10
    #21 Malaysia 5.10
    #22 Ireland 5.03
    #23 Iceland 5.02
    #24 New Zealand 4.98
    #25 Luxembourg 4.88
    #26 Chile 4.77
    #27 Estonia 4.74
    #28 Thailand 4.70
    #29 Spain 4.66
    #30 Kuwait 4.66
    #31 Qatar 4.63
    #32 Tunisia 4.59
    #33 Czech Republic 4.58
    #34 China 4.57
    #35 Saudi Arabia 4.55
    #36 Puerto Rico 4.50
    #37 United Arab Emirates 4.50
    #38 Lithuania 4.49
    #39 Slovenia 4.48
    #40 Portugal 4.48
    #41 Slovak Republic 4.45
    #42 Oman 4.43
    #43 Bahrain 4.42
    #44 South Africa 4.42
    #45 Latvia 4.41
    #46 Italy 4.36
    #47 Hungary 4.35
    #48 India 4.33
    #49 Jordan 4.32
    #50 Barbados 4.32
    #51 Poland 4.28
    #52 Mexico 4.26
    #53 Turkey 4.25
    #54 Indonesia 4.24
    #55 Cyprus 4.23
    #56 Malta 4.21
    #57 Croatia 4.20
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    #68 Vietnam 4.04
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    #71 Philippines 3.99
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    #110 Cambodia 3.48
    #111 Nicaragua 3.45
    #112 Burkina Faso 3.43
    #113 Suriname 3.40
    #114 Nepal 3.38
    #115 Mali 3.37
    #116 Cameroon 3.37
    #117 Tajikistan 3.37
    #118 Madagascar 3.36
    #119 Kyrgyz Republic 3.34
    #120 Uganda 3.33
    #121 Paraguay 3.30
    #122 Zambia 3.29
    #123 Ethiopia 3.28
    #124 Lesotho 3.27
    #125 Mauritania 3.26
    #126 Guyana 3.25
    #127 Timor-Leste 3.20
    #128 Mozambique 3.02
    #129 Zimbabwe 2.88
    #130 Burundi 2.84
    #131 Chad 2.78
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    Source: The Global Competitiveness Report 2007-2008
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    Hmmm… It’s becoming more and more obvious that some of the “pathetic losers” on this site are just jealous of the “success of Korea”, and try to stifle us at every turn.

  2. comment number 2 by: General Tiger

    Just a question, Gerry: Any particular reason to make a seperate thread for a similar topic like the last thread?

  3. comment number 3 by: GarlicBreath

    For some reason, I am reminded of World War II POW camp guards.

    They have one thing in common. Both are cleard of any responsibility. The corean POW guards were needlessly brutal thugs and that is why so many of them hung.

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    Oh no.. i said corean POW guards, who were hung, were thugs, now jenny/justice will call me racist because I don’t look at the “positive side” and because not “ALL” of them were thugs. sheesh…

  4. comment number 4 by: kteen

    Amazing…there actually is a bloke as irrational as to compare a schoolteacher and a POW camp guard.

  5. comment number 5 by: babotaengi

    aokiookami, it would help if Korea, like Australia, tended to prosecute its criminals rather than letting them buy their innocence. In the face of the farce that is the Korean justice system, your statistics really don’t prove much.

  6. comment number 6 by: T_K

    Also, here’s the “Global Competitiveness” Index recently published by the World Economic Forum:

    Please stop, the sympathetic embarrassment is making me lose appetite.

  7. comment number 7 by: Errol

    You need to take into account for the Korean crime stats the 170 000 young male Koreans
    overseas draft-dodging.

  8. comment number 8 by: torren

    Reminds me of the local karate dojo teacher I knew as a teen, a bad way to teach, but it does work to some degree.